The sunshine and warm weather should signal motorists to be extra careful on the roads.
By Lewis W. Diuguid
The Kansas City Star
Now is the time that motorcycles and bicycles start to show up in higher numbers, and drivers of cars and trucks need to take more care to share the road with the two-wheelers. It often is more difficult to see them until its too late.
In addition, people on bikes may not be as practiced in maneuvering through traffic because it is the start of warm-weather riding. Motorists also have to be mindful of that middle-age, new motorcycle owner being on the road with vroom-vroom fever.
Their riding skills at 50-something arent likely as good as they were at 20-something. Staying more watchful for those guys will help make the roads safer for everyone.
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